I offer postgraduate supervision in the colonial, international and global history of the modern Middle East, on empire in the twentieth century Mediterranean and in the comparative history of European empire.
I currently supervise or co-supervise several Ph.D. students:
- Gemma Jennings (Patriarchy and Poverty? A Transnational Analysis of the Social Implications of the Oil Industry between France & Algeria)
- Eliana Hadjisavvas (Jewish displacement at the end of the Second World War and the internment of Jewish refugees in British-run camps in colonial Cyprus)
- Khalid Abdullah Krairi (John Philby and his political roles in the Arabian Peninsula, 1917-1953)
- Mustafa Coban (Turkish Foreign Policy on its Borders: The Balkan and Saadabad Pacts and their Domestic Determinants, 1934-1941)
Find out more - our PhD History page has information about doctoral research at the University of Birmingham.